Evaluating Large Scale Voluntary Transfers of Local Authority Housing

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Evaluating large scale voluntary transfers of local authority housing An interim report By D. Mullins, P. Niner, M Riseborough and London (United Kingdom) Department of the Environment Abstract.

Evaluating large scale voluntary transfer of local authority housing. By D. Mullins, P. Niner, M Riseborough and London (United Kingdom) Department of the Environment.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Large Scale Voluntary Transfer involves the Local Authority transferring the ownership of its stock with the agreement of the tenants. The key features of a Large Scale Voluntary Transfer are: • Transferring tenants are offered benefits such as rent guarantees, stock investment programmes and rights as 'assured tenants'.File Size: 30KB.

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Fig. 6 Configuration of housing units in the upper floor. Source: the authors. Fig. 7 Plan for the first floor (units in m).Author: Yasser Aref, Tasneem M. Khalil. Source: Local Authority Housing Statistics There were million households on local authority waiting lists on 1 Aprila decrease of per cent over the million on 1 April The Localism Act has given back to local authorities the freedom to manage their waiting Size: KB.

Housing transfer is the voluntary transfer of ownership of all or some of a local. authority's tenanted and leasehold homes to a private registered provider (see.

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Section 2 for definitions) in return for a payment for the value of that stock. Government wants to encourage transfer File Size: KB. This thesis examines the development by local authorities of alternative models of ownership of public housing, focusing on large scale voluntary transfers (LSVTs) to specially created housing associations.

I attempt to place stock transfer within the wider policy context of changes in the State’s role in the provision of services; and. Large Scale Voluntary Transfer: Myth Busters The council has not decided to “sell off its homes”.

The council will receive no receipt (payment) for its homes. Instead the Government will use the value of the housing stock to reduce the council’s existing housing Size: KB. The Large Scale Voluntary Transfer (LSVT) programme started in and is still running, while transfers under the Estates quality of local authorities' housing management as we are not the auditors of local authorities.

monitoring and evaluation of the transfer programme. and large-scale voluntary transfer (LSVT) of local authority stock to registered social landlords.

Between andthere was a decrease in local authority owned stock in all categories of local authority (see Live Table ).File Size: KB.

This thesis examines the development by local authorities of alternative models of ownership of public housing, focusing on large scale voluntary transfers (LSVTs) to specially created housing associations. I attempt to place stock transfer within the wider policy context of changes in the State’s role in the provision of services; and changes in organisational development, reflected in.

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Table 68c Large scale voluntary transfers of council housing in England, with negative prices, April – March Loan Authority Date of Number of Transfer facilities Housing Set up transfer dwellings price at transfer debt (HRA) costs £m £m £m £m Tower Hamlets 11/04/05 - Tower Hamlets 01/08/05 - This is due to Right to Buy sales, large-scale voluntary transfer of local authority stock to Private Registered Providers and demolitions.

Private Registered Provider owned stock has increased f rom million in to over million in This has been primarily driven by the large-scale voluntary transfers from local authority stock. of local authority housing through large scale voluntary transfers of their housing stock1.

Under this regime local authorities could pro-pose a transfer to a new organisation (usually a housing association and normally created from the local authority housing department) % funded by. A Large Scale Voluntary Transfer (LSVT) is a term used in the United Kingdom to refer to the transfer of council housing to a housing association.

For a Large Scale Voluntary Transfer to occur residents must be balloted. Supporters argue that transfer allows for greater investment to build more housing. CO *LARGE SCALE VOLUNTARY TRANSFER: DRAFT TENANCY AGREEMENT DECISION: The Cabinet recommends to Council that: 1.

The impact of the diseconomies of scale from LSVT are managed out over a five year period; 2. The General Fund be protected by utilising interest receipts generated from LSVT capital receipts based on a phased Capital Programme; 3. "Large Scale Voluntary Transfer is a private-sector landlord in legal terms" (Gwynneth Taylor, then Head of Housing at the Local Government Association, ).

A recent attempt to classify them as public companies under European law lead to outrage from RSLs, the Housing Corporation and the British government. scale of investment, the nature of the scheme and the benefits to be gained from the evaluation evidence generated.

Best practice evaluation guidance will be issued to support Local Authorities design fuller evaluations. It replaces previous evaluation guidance and will be available to scheme promoters in due Size: KB.

LARGE SCALE VOLUNTARY TRANSFER (LSVT) - FINANCE RELATED ISSUES 1. Reason for Report Stock Transfer proposal and to provide an update on other finance related issues. To advise Members of the estimated cost to the Council’s General Fund of the current 2.

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Impact on General Fund. Local Authorities (Executive Arrangements) (Meetings and Access to Information) Regulations Wards affected Countywide Purpose To approve the variation of the large scale voluntary transfer agreement (LSVT) with Herefordshire Housing Limited (HHL) to.

regards to housing provision in particular. Q Does the Council’s Detailed Report on the Duty to Co-operate on the Local Planning Document (December ) [EX/11] demonstrate that the Duty to Co-operate has been met.

Questions 12 and 13 taken together: We consider that the delivery of housing need, specifically large scale development which. Case study evaluation of the local authority projects to mitigate the impact of housing benefit reform 1.

and local housing allowance have led to widespread fear that the of the Housing Benefit changes the Welsh Government provided, over the two years from April£ million1 to local authorities in order to introduce a programme. Changes to local authority powers and duties resulting from the Coronavirus Act This is a guide to the provisions of the Coronavirus Act and to new, modified or suspended local government powers and duties applicable to local authorities in England and Wales only.

History. Prior toCuro traded as Somer Housing Group. Somer Housing Group's main housing association member was Somer Community Housing Trust, formed in with the transfer of Bath and North East Somerset Council's housing stock as part of a large-scale voluntary housing transfer.

The Group was joined in by Shape Housing Association and in by Redland Housing Association. The document also calls for the government to examine whether Section and Large Scale Voluntary Transfer (LSVT) agreements impose too many restrictions on housing associations.

The document ends by saying that, if implemented, the deal "would have the potential to transform how housing associations operate, liberating them to operate more. Both local authority and voluntary hospitals charged fees though these could be remitted in cases of low incomes.

Local authorities expanded their personal health and welfare services in the form of home nursing, health visiting, family planning, vaccination, and children's clinics.St Edmundsbury Borough Council transferred its stock to Havebury Housing Partnership on 24 June and Forest Heath District transferred its housing stock to Kings Forest Housing Ltd on 11 October under the Large Scale Voluntary Transfer (LSVT) regime.Sinceo houses in Scotland have been transferred from local authorities to alternative landlords.

The transfers have been relatively small scale and have typically involved the transfer of houses in need of refurbishment to housing associations and co-operatives.